Eugene Lockbox

SIS NW’s SIS NW’sEugene lockbox solution was developed for the unique needs of healthcare providers. Your medical practice has unique demands, so your SIS NW’s Eugene electronic lockbox can be custom tailored to your specific needs. Our unique Eugene lockbox solution automates all processing of private patient and insurance payments. Additionally, your Eugene lockbox solution will be easy to implement and allow you to work with your current bank.

  • Your Eugene Medical Lockbox allows you to sort all incoming mail by document type, and deposit checks the same day
  • Checks and backup information are stored in a secure, searchable Eugene electronic lockbox portal for seven years
  • You can search your Eugene medical lockbox documents for Patient Names, Account Numbers, Billing Codes, Dollar Amounts, etc.
  • EOB’s and patient payments can be converted into 835 and EFT files to automate posting to patient accounts in the Seattle medical lockbox

Eugene Medical Lockbox

What follows is a brief overview of how SIS NW’s Eugene medical lockbox service works:

  • Incoming mail is sorted into your Eugene electronic lockbox by document type – insurance checks, patient payments, and correspondence.
  • Checks are deposited the same day, directly into your account, with all backup documentation recorded into your Eugene lockbox.
  • All documents are scanned into your Eugene medical lockbox and made available to the practice on the day of the deposit so that revenue can be posted quickly.
  • Checks and all backup information are stored in our secure Eugene electronic lockbox portal for seven years to meet your retention requirements.
  • All documents stored in the Eugene lockbox can be easily searched for Patient Names, Account Numbers, Billing Codes, Dollar Amounts, etc.
  • Our Eugene medical lockbox allows for the optional conversion of EOBs and patient payments to 835 and EFT files.


More Benefits Provided By Our Eugene Electronic Lockbox Service

  • Security and safety. Eugene lockbox provides separation of duties and virtually eliminates the chance of fraud.
  • SIS NW’s Eugene Lockbox reduces clerical work.
  • Instant access to EOBs and payment information.
  • HIPAA compliant portal keeps patient information safe and secure.
  • The Eugene medical lockbox allows for same day deposits for improved cash flow.
  • Seven year archiving provides eliminates off-site storage expenses.
  • Annual savings of up to $10,000 per provider when using our Eugene electronic lockbox.

Call us today for your own free Eugene lockbox demonstration, or for more information about our time-saving products!

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Eugene Tidbits

Eugene, Oregon is located in the Pacific Northwest at the southernmost end of the Willamette Valley, close to the confluence of the Willamette and McKenzie Rivers, approximately 50 miles east of the Oregon Coast.

The population of Eugene was some 156,185 people in 2010. After Portland, Oregon, the community is the second most populated community in the state of Washington. It is also the county seat of the County of Lane. In 2014, the population of Eugene had increased to 160,561, per the census bureau.

The Lane Community College as well as the University of Oregon both call Eugene their home. Eugene is also noted for its focus on the arts, natural beauty, and recreational opportunities that included kayaking, rafting, jogging/running, and bicycling. The official slogan in Eugene is a Great City for the Outdoors and Arts. The Nike corporation got its start in Eugene.

A man named Eugene Franklin Skinner is the namesake of Eugene. Eugene City was the name of this settlement until 1889. Mr. Skinner constructed his first cabin in the region. In 1850, the cabin formally became an official post office and was also used as a trading post. This settlement was called Skinners Mudhole during this period. In 1853, the settlement was relocated and named Eugene City. The year 1862 brought the incorporation of Eugene as a city. Sometime later, Mr. Skinner operated a ferry service across the Willamette River.

Established some years sooner than the University of Oregon, Columbia College was the first major educational institution in the region. Inside of four years, this college was devastated by two major fires. The college elected not to rebuild again following the second fire. The former location of Columbia Collage was in the southern portion of Eugene, that was known as College Hill. These days, there is no college located there.

Originally, Eugene raised the funding required to open a public university. This university later became known as the University of Oregon, in the hopes of transforming the small settlement into a hub for learning. A bill was passed by the Legislative Assembly that created the University of Oregon as a state institution in 1872. During the competition for the state university, Eugene bested the close by settlement of Albany. A member of the settlement named J. Henderson donated the hilltop property for the campus that overlooked Eugene in 1873.

The regents elected the first facility members and named a man named John Wesley Johnson as the president after 1876, when the university was first opened. That same year the first students registered. In 1877, The first building, known as Deady Hall was completed. This was done in honor of the community leader as well as the first Board of Regents President named Judge Matthew P. Deady.

In 1889, Eugene City was renamed to Eugene. Except for the early 1980’s, when a downturn in the lumber industry that resulted in high unemployment, all throughout the majority of the 1900’s, Eugene grew rapidly. Eugene started attracting more high tech companies by 1985, and industries had recovered.

Eugene is located in the climate zone of the Marine West Coast, much the same as the remainder of the Willamette Valley, and has Mediterranean characteristics. Eugene has a cool summertime Mediterranean climate. Temperatures can vary from wet cool winters to dry, warm summers. Both fall and springtime are also most wet seasons, that have long periods of light rain falling. Although snow seldom accumulates in large amounts, winter snowfall does occur. However, the average seasonal amount of snow is about five inches. In late January of 1969, and as the result of the pineapple express, the record snowfall was three feet deep. In March of 2012, the record snowfall for was eight inches deep.

August and July are typically the hottest months and have average high temperatures of about 82 degrees F., with an average of 15 days each year with temperatures above 90 degrees F. December is the coolest month and has an average daytime high temperature in the middle 40 degrees F, with nighttime temperature that average just over freezing.

Each year, there are approximately three days that dont exceed freezing and about 54 nights that have a low temperature that is below freezing. The median yearly temperature in Eugene is 52.1 degrees F, and the yearly median precipitation is 50.9 inches. On average, Eugene is somewhat cooler than Portland. Eugene has more of a continental climate, in spite of having only a somewhat higher elevation as well as being located approximately 100 miles south. The average low temperature is 50.8 degrees F, in Eugene.

By comparison, the average low temperature in August in Portland is 56.5 degrees F. The average summer high temperatures as well as the average winter temperatures are similar in the two communities. The reason for this might be the result of the urban heat island in Portland, where the combination of urban energy use and black pavement raises the nighttime temperature.